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As refrigeration technology continues to evolve and improve, Carrier Transicold and its service centers understand the importance of keeping technicians' skills sharp. Carrier Transicold is committed to providing unsurpassed training, supporting thousands of personnel at more than 400 service centers around the world. The comprehensive suite of refrigeration unit and generator set educational courses, which was expanded in 2016 with online learning opportunities, enables service and repair technicians to troubleshoot and maintain customer equipment for peak operating performance, whether the latest NaturaLINE ® models or a classic ThinLINE ® unit. "The introduction of online courses expanded the availability of learning opportunities while enabling us to strengthen some of our traditional instructor- led courses with more hands-on practical exercises that reinforce good troubleshooting and service practices," said Thomas Graf, global training manager, Container Service, Carrier Transicold. "The combination of online learning, the revised instructor-led courses and on-the-job experience provides multiple paths for service personnel to acquire the knowledge and skills to be considered a Carrier refrigeration technician," Graf added. According to Graf, more online course topics are under development, and courses currently available only in English will be offered in other languages. In the year ahead, instructor-led courses are already scheduled in 27 cities on six continents, accommodating seven languages. Registration for instructor-led courses is limited. Visit www.carrier.com/container-training for more complete course details and updates. Improving Technician Skills Enhanced Through Training INSTRUCTOR-LED CONTAINER PROGRAMS APRIL - NOVEMBER 2017 1 week – Container Technician Certificate Course April 17 Talcahuano, Chile (Spanish) April 17 Oakland, California, USA May 8 Miami, Florida, USA May 15 Chicago, Illinois, USA May 22 Qingdao, China (Chinese) June 5 Fortaleza, Brazil (Portuguese) June 12 Chennai, India June 12 Puerto Cortés, Honduras (Spanish) Aug. 7 Long Beach, California, USA Aug. 21 Houston, Texas, USA Sept. 4 Buenos Aires, Argentina (Spanish) Sept. 11 Montreal, Canada 2 day – Container Technician Certificate Course April 11 Alexandria, Egypt April 11 Aarhus, Denmark April 19 Rotterdam, Netherlands (Dutch) April 26 Brisbane, Australia May 4 Christchurch, New Zealand May 9 Felixstowe, England June 14 Tema, Ghana June 19 Chennai, India July 11 Montevideo, Uruguay (Spanish) Aug. 22 Asunción, Paraguay (Spanish) 3 day – Container Technician Certificate Course April 25 Kaohsiung, Taiwan (Chinese) May 10 Piraeus, Greece June 27 Lima, Peru (Spanish) Aug. 7 Santos, Brazil (Portuguese) Nov. 7 Fos-sur-Mer, France (English/French) Generator Sets - 2 days April 13 Oakland, California, USA May 15 Guayaquil, Ecuador (Spanish) June 16 Tema, Ghana Aug. 3 Long Beach, California, USA Aug. 10 Santos, Brazil (Portuguese) ContainerLINE March 2017 | Training Schedule Personnel Updates Account Manager EMEA Fred Groenendijk recently joined the Global Container Refrigeration organization as account manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). With a background in the refrigerated container business that spans 28 years, he most recently served as director of the Netherlands-based Seamark Group of Companies. Before that he held positions with Smith- Holland, SeaCube Container Leasing and Triton Container. In his new role with Carrier Transicold, he will be responsible for business development and sales of refrigeration units, generator sets and aftermarket products to shipping lines that provide services within the EMEA region. Fred Groenendijk Rotterdam, Netherlands +31 (10) 2380156 fred.groenendijk@carrier.utc.com Field Service Manager EMEA With 15 years of experience at leading Carrier authorized service providers in the Netherlands, Justin Ruijter has joined the Rotterdam operation as field service manager for EMEA. In his new position, he will help service centers and shipping lines in Europe and the Mediterranean region to achieve excellence in product service and support. He will also provide technical assistance for new equipment and technologies deployed through field trials and Carrier's follow-the-fleet program. Prior to joining the organization, he served as service coordinator at Seamark Reefer Service and as a service engineer at Smith-Holland. Justin Ruijter Rotterdam, Netherlands +31 (10) 2380173 justin.ruijter@carrier.utc.com • Working Safely on Carrier Container Refrigeration Units • PrimeLINE ® Unit Component Identification • Keypad and Display Functions • Tools and Resources • PrimeLINE Unit Operating Sequence and Refrigerant Flow • Pre-Trip Diagnostic Functionality ONLINE COURSE TOPICS, AVAILABLE 24/7/365 Please send your comments and story ideas to: karolina.marcinkowski@carrier.utc.com ContainerLINE Carrier Transicold Communications Department P.O. Box 4805 | Syracuse, New York 13221 U.S.A. Editor: Karolina Marcinkowski Telephone: +1-315-432-6621 | Fax: +1-860-353-0194 www.carrier.com/container ContainerLINE ® Carrier Transicold helps improve transport and shipping of temperature-controlled cargoes with a complete line of equipment for refrigerated trucks, trailers and containers. Carrier Transicold is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp., a leading provider to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide. Printed on recycled paper. © 2017 Carrier Corporation All courses in English unless noted otherwise. Dates and locations subject to change.

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